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6 Spooky Ghost Tours to Experience This Fall

Posted by Arielle Burger on Sep 22, 2016 3:36:01 PM

Spooky decorations, the changing of the leaves, pumpkin flavored everything….It must be autumn! With fall right around the corner, you might be thinking of some fun activities to take advantage of during these cooler months. If you’re looking to exchange the pumpkin carving and corn mazes for something a tad scarier, check out these fun ghost tours that are sure to give you goosebumps!


  1. Ghost Tour of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • On this candlelit walking tour, you can discover the city’s darkest secrets hidden in the shadows. Take a tour through one of America’s oldest and most historic cities and listen to some mysterious tales that date back many years. Specialty group tour packages can also be booked for groups of 15 or more.
  1. Williamsburg, Virginia
  • Travel back in time and hear chilling tales from the Colonial era all the way through the Civil War. On this 90 minute walking tour, you will get the chance to encounter the haunted forces that continue to roam among us today. The tour will take you through College of William and Mary as well as Colonial Williamsburg. This is one tour you don’t want to miss!
  1.  St. Augustine, Florida
  • Have you ever wanted to tour America’s oldest city? While you’re visiting the beaches and the shopping outlets, reserve some time and book an authentic haunted tour! St. Augustine offers a few different ghostly tours, such as a haunted pub crawl, a maritime tour of St. Augustine’s history with pirates, and paranormal investigations. Go explore, mateys!
  1. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
  • Gettysburg, Pennsylvania is a place with a vast and rich history. Take a candlelit tour and pass through the battlefields of the Civil War. Discover the buildings that housed Abraham Lincoln and many soldiers who fought in battle. Investigate haunted locations and ghost hunt like a pro…just don’t forget to bring your camera!
  1. Paramount Studios After Dark Tour, Los Angeles, California
  • If you prefer the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, then the Paramount Studios – After Dark Tour is the tour for you! During this two and a half hour walking tour, hear about some of the darkest stories that didn’t exactly make it to the silver screen. Explore the sound stages that were home to some of the most famous and mysterious individuals. Walk through the Hollywood Forever Cemetery and hear about Hollywood secrets. Try not to get too spooked!
  1. The Stanley Hotel, Colorado
  • Last but certainly not least, The Stanley Hotel is one of the country’s most interesting places. The Stanley Hotel is also what inspired Stephen King to write The Shining. Take a tour through this regal resort and experience the paranormal phenomenon that gives this hotel its supernatural legacy.







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